MELTHAM All Blacks experienced mixed results, with the Under 13s, 12s and 10s all drawing and the Under 8s enjoying a crushing win.
For the third successive week, the Under 8s notched 50 points, with Halifax Vandals the victims this time out.
Tries were scored by Jordan Williams (4), Christian Pestell (3), Jack Clifford and Alex Zatorski.
Heavy conditions and a semi- waterlogged pitch meant expectations were low as the Under 13s met Farnley.
In spite of the elements both teams produced some decent rugby and the final score of 8-8 was a fair result.
Andrew Lambert and Nathan Richardson touched down to give Meltham an early lead but Farnley hit back to level.
The Under 12s conceded two late tries to share the spoils with a strong Siddal side.
An early Siddal score was overturned by tries from man-of-the-match George King (2) and Lucas Baines.
Sam Rochford's injury robbed Meltham of their concentration and allowed Siddall to snatch a 12-12 draw.
Keighley's strong pack was too much for the Under 11s, who crashed to a 36-16 defeat.
After being nilled in the first-half, Meltham fought back well with Elliot Morris (2) and Oliver Kirk crossing the whitewash.
David Dyson and Jack Thackery kicked goals to give the scoreline a tinge of respectability.
Honours were even in an entertaining tussle between the Under 10s and Siddal.
Man-of-the-match Luke Pogson almost stole the show with his treble, but Siddal's powerful response meant the game eventually finished deadlocked.
Calum Linton also crossed and Elliot Currid kicked a goal for the 18-18 result.
The Under 9s struggled with a muddy pitch and chilling wind as they lost 40-26 against West Bowling.
Despite man-of-the-match Michael Tooley's four tries, the home side could not contain an impressive Bowling.
Daniel King added a further try and shared kicking duties with Tooley and Ryan Hirst.